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Gyms in the state were given the green light to reopen on July 6. But for some, the reopening guidelines are anything but hopeful.
On the Market: A Bohemian Loft in the Center of Jamaica Plain
The brick-and-beam condo soars with 19-foot ceilings.
Watch Now: Star Chef Tiffani Faison Joins “Boston” Magazine’s “Power Talks”
The “Chopped” judge and influential restaurateur discusses the devastation of COVID-19, teases a new project, and more.
28 Black Wedding Vendors to Hire for Your Big Day
When it’s time to start planning, keep these talents in mind.
Boston Chefs Return with Outdoor Dining: “It’s Like Opening a New Restaurant”
It’s a welcome—if a bit weird—step back into business. But without more aid, many wonder if it will be enough to stay afloat through the pandemic.
On the Market: A Peaceful Bayside Abode in Maine
Outdoor shower and 270-degree water views included.
As Reopening Continues, a Not-Quite-Normal Mall Experience Awaits
A dispatch from the kind-of open CambridgeSide mall.
Someone Beheaded the Christopher Columbus Statue in Boston…Again
It was only a matter of time before the controversial North End statue got swept up in the moment.
On the Market: A Customized Colonial by the Beach in Hingham
This family home’s true chef’s kitchen has served as the classroom for a culinary school.
Nine Black Fitness Professionals to Follow on Instagram
They’re inspiring and empowering Bostonians everywhere to be better.
The City’s Best Outdoor Dining Spots
Find out which of your favorite restaurant patios are starting to reopen.
A Guide to Staging an Impactful Protest in Your Own City
Bring the fight for justice and equality to the suburbs with some help from experienced activists.
Newsmakers, profiles, history, and more.
On the Market: A Melrose Cottage Brimming with Retro Charm
Oodles of well-preserved 1950s features outfit this rare suburban single-family.
My Life in the Age of COVID: Attorney General Maura Healey
“We are a resilient state. We are resilient people.”
Three Black Youth Activists on Organizing, Educating, and the Change They Hope to See
At the protests and demonstrations across the city since George Floyd’s death, Boston’s youth have been at the forefront.
On the Market: A Post-and-Beam Oasis in Inman Square
Its compact yard includes a bluestone patio, electric car charger, and built-in bike rack.